Time & Location
About the Workshop
Why do we tell stories? Creating stories is our brain’s way of making sense of our world. A story turns the grand and complex into digestible morsels of thought and ideas; transforming the enormity of our lives and making it palatable, understandable, objective, and entertaining. Stories help us answer the many questions we have about our existence. The central question being: Who Am I? It is in sharing these stories, where we make epiphanies, and connections, and realize both the similarities and differences in our understanding of who we are and why we are here and what can we do with the time that we are given. Our Stories heal our doubts, and unveil the truth and beauty of our existence; even when the tales seem ugly or dark or sad. If the Storyteller’s quest for truth and beauty adheres, the meaning and depth of understanding will be relatable and sublime.
Shomee will guide you to help you construct and formulate your stories, and will help you build up your confidence and courage to share that story out loud.
No experience required. Writing materials are included with your ticket.
About our Host:
Shomee Chakrabartty, has created, written, directed, produced, performed and managed many projects for theatre and independent cinema in Canada.
What to Bring:
- An original storytelling project or an idea of the story you want to tell
The workshop is meeting room 1B. The venue can be entered from Richmond Street (Richmond & Duncan). Please walk straight through the doors and turn right. You will see meeting room 1B straight ahead.
Accessibility:Easy. There is a wheel chair stair lift at the front doors to transport you down the stairs.
- Storytelling (Feb 14th)$15$150$0